Brandl Talos has advised Contextflow on its Series A financing round from B&C Innovation Investments GmbH as lead investor, new co-investor TTIP Beteiligungs, as well as previous investors Apex Ventures, Crista Galli Ventures, IST cube, Nina Capital, and Novacapital.
Founded in 2016 as a spinoff of the Medical University of Vienna, Contextflow develops deep learning-based software to improve radiology workflows. According to Brandl Talos, the company’s “core technology is a 3D image-based search engine, which detects disease patterns in 3D medical images like CTs and MRs. It is currently being utilized by radiologists on lung CTs, identifying 19 different patterns (including those related to COVID-19), making it the only clinical decision support system of its kind.”
Brandl Talos’s team included Lawyers Markus Arzt and Christina Bernhart.
The firm did not reply to our inquiry about the deal.